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. then the u.s. and israel mend fences and focus on the growing threat to peace in the middle east. >> do you believe that a nuclear iran can be contained? >> israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu in a "fox news sunday" exclusive. plus, the president plans out a new line of attack for november. we'll ask the panel if running against bush will work again. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: and hello again from fox news in washington. with a lot of ground to cover, let's turn to our first guest, obama senior advisor david axelrod. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> good to be here. >> chris: bp is replacing the containment cap on its runaway well. the company hopes to have it done monday as you can see from the live spill cam. until then the oil is gushing up into the gulf. it also hopes, bp, is working to finish its two relief wells. how confident are you that they will have this spill contained, stopped by the end of july? >> well, we are reasonably confident but obviously this thing is unchartered waters, no pun intended. our scientists, dr. chu and others have been spendin
, and this is "fox news sunday." the general who turned around iraq takes command in afghanistan. will u.s. and nato forces change their war-fighting strategy? we'll have a report from the scene and talk to senator joe lieberman from afghanistan. also if not for the oil spill, this would be a money-making weekend all along the gulf coast, but, of course, it's not. we'll have an update on the spill and ask kenneth feinberg, the man in charge of the $20 billion b.p. compensation fund who will be paid, how much and when. plus, president obama slams republicans for blocking unemployment compensation, immigration and wall street reform. what is the g.o.p. response? we find out from south carolina senator jim demint. we'll ask the sunday group if a double-dip recession is in the future, what it could mean for the mid-term election and the president's agenda. all right now on the 4th of july edition of "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. as we celebrate our independence today, we are following two stories, the huge oil spill in the gulf, which is having a terrible impact on the
.c. johnson. a family company. >> sean: we know the administration's economic policy has some predicting the u.s. could be headed toward another depression the president's war on wall street isn't doing his party any favors. according to the "washington post" wall street is engaging in a revolt against democrats, contributions to the party from new york area donors have dropped 65% from 2008. it appears obamamania has officially run its course. boss: and now i'll turn it over to the gecko. gecko: ah, thank you, sir. as we all know, geico has been saving people money on rv, camper and trailer insurance... ...as well as motorcycle insurance... oh...sorry, technical difficulties. boss: uh...what about this? gecko: what's this one do? um...maybe that one. ♪ (dance music plays) boss: ok, let's keep rolling. we were on motorcycle insurance. anncr: take fifteen minutes to see how much you could save on motorcycle, rv, and camper insurance. >> sean: for months the obama administration has orchestrated an all-out smear campaign against arizona and its new immigration law. today attorney general holder
something that they historically have relied on the u.s. and the europeans to buy all of their stuff. they look at us now and they say they are not going to be able do that any more. they are not going to buy all that stuff we need to decouple first politically. it doesn't matter what issue dalai lama, environment, cyber security, industrial espionage, climate change. anything you look at the u.s.-china relationship today is worse than it was two years ago that will continue. >> sean: i agree it will continue. it is like they meet with the obama administration, we're apologizing for america's human rights record when they have the most abysmal in the world. what do you mean by state capitalism? >> a system where the state is the principle actor in the economy and they use the market for ultimately political purposes there. is no rule of law. if you are facing a state capitalist system as an american company you are trying to invest and they find they don't like you, you get googled out. we've had one war this year between a state and corporation, china one, google zero. >> sean: grea
to the u.s. bank. the vehicle through which iran is able to buy back the embargo. >> one krafrn si -- brfrn sits to facilitate these transactions. >> chavez can do their work for them and handle the money taking at both end so everybody gains. >> venezuela is supplying iran with something more valuable. >> there is an important reserve for uranium in the north of venezuela about 50,000 tons probably that iran is able to tap. >> it is no is surprise they have a sere ee radios of factories in uranium rich venezuela. >> it is troubling iran has taebed factories. a lot of people estimate these factories are a cover forearm amoun for armaments and these so-called economic ties between iran or venezuela or perhaps syrian venezuela hide support for terrorism. >> those suspicions are grounded in an event that occurred in december, 2008. that's when turkey intercepted an eye rainian ship bound for venezuela aboard the ship were 22 containers labeled tractor parts and inside authorities found equipment capable of producing explosives. while the iranians attempt to export their arms by sea a mysteriou
the administration's economic policy has some predicting the u.s. could be headed toward another depression the president's war on wall street isn't doing his party any favors. according to the "washington post" wall street is engaging in a revolt against democrats, contributions to the party from new york area donors have dropped 65% from 2008. it appears obamamania has officially run its course. more hannity in 60 seconds. w? are you looking for answers? the accu-chek aviva system now has new tools to help you discover what your numbers mean and how the things you do are connected to your blood sugar patterns. [ sarah ] with this tool i can see how food affects my numbers. i discovered what i can eat and how much. [ male annocer ] discor e accu-chek aviva system and save with a prescription discount card. start your discovery today. affect wheat output in the u.s., the shipping industry in norway, and the rubber industry in south america? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipr a
'm tucker carlson in for sean hannity. alan greenspan said today he believes the u.s. economy may be undergoing a pause. he refused to rule out the possibility of a double dip recession. with the economy in a pause, this week our president also took a break from his daily routine to fly to las vegas where he campaigned for senate majority leader harry reid. in washington some of the president's top aides are hard at work and reportedly have launched a campaign to convince wall street this white house isn't anti-business. treasury secretary geithner and white house chief of staff rahm emanuel kicked off a is series of interviews yesterday. the move in the aftermath of a bombshell report in the "washington post" that shows wall street contributions to the democratic party are dramatically down, 65% from the 2008 election cycle. are the administration's policies re-- promoting recovery or are they anti-business? here the author of the sellout" charles gas perino and nicole pet lean these. -- it didn't want any business or because it wants the campaign contributions? >> trying to play
. that may prove difficult given the administration's absurd policies. the u.s. rejected dutch oil skimmers because the water that filters out doesn't meet the epa standard. meanwhile the democrats continue politicize the crisis. according to politico.com democrats are republicans from using their office spending allowance to visit the gulf coast. congressman scalise wanted to lead a trip to the region he was prevented from doing so. somebody within the democratic establishment is speaking out against the administration, of all people former president bill clinton. >> i think the government's position ought to be straightforward most important to fix leaks anybody that can help fix the leak i'm for. second, to keep the oil from the shores. the third most important thing to minimize the damage of the oil that reaches the shores. the forth most important thing today is to figure out who did what wrong and hold them accountable whether it was somebody in bp or in the u.s. government. i'll do that, but let's do one, two and three first. >> sean: the administration has done the opposite. first p
opportunities to domestically drill in anwr, alaska, shallow waters around the coastal area of the u.s., we have opportunities to not have to be outsourcing our energy supplies and opportunities and our jobs to foreign countries. but instead, the president challenging even the judiciary, not understanding, it seems the separation of powers or the separation of branches of government. challenging the judiciary saying we are going to ban offshore drilling any way? >> sean: i assume you are going to be on the road for the next 113 days or a lot of those days? >> the midterms are coming up quickly. we are doing all we can to make sure that good common sense constitutional conservatives are elected. they can help put this country back on the right track. i'm going to be busy. >> sean: we'll see you throughout. i did like that shot of the plane taking off behind you. that's one for the error books. if that's todd we'll call him later, thank you. >> okay thanks sean. >> sean: plenty more hannity coming up, straight ahead. >> shocking video of the new leader of the black panther party praising osama bin
officials reviewed any u.s. resistance to his release as half hearted. tonight a terrorist is sitting home a free man this is a scandal @ú@úú . >> sean: unpresident obama big government has gotten bigger. we've seen banks, car companies and an entire health care industry taken over by the federal government. from where i sit there appears to be no end in sight. my next guest says it is part of the left's plan to control each and every aspect of your life. where you live. how many kids you have. what you listen to on the radio. it can be found in this new book called "control freaks: seven ways liberals plan to ruin your life." terry jeffrey back in studio. congrats on the book, good to see. this is what the left says about the right. we want to control a woman's right to choose. that conservatives want to ram their values down their throat. seems like you play political jujitsu. >> very ironic liberals don't really believe in . when you look in practical terms, who is going to decide the major decisions in your life? if you look at the liberal agenda he have which where you turn
are flying. maybe i can do it. hannity is back in 90 seconds. affect wheat output in the u.s., the shipping industry in norway, and the rubber industry, in south america? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex global economy. it's just one reason 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus orsummary prospectus with investment objectives, risks, fees, expenses, and other information to read and consider carefully before investing. and at holiday inn express, you always can. holiday inn express. stay you. and stay rewarded with the hit it big promotion-- earn up to $500 dollars at over 300 retailers. >> sean: the president is still holding out hope that his left wing agenda is going to put america on the road to recovery. considering the millions out there without work and struggling, just to get by, i guess you can say he has the audacity of hope. president obama is convinced he can spend and tax his way out of this mess. take a look. >> the president: we knew from the beginning that some of the
is the "wall street journal". the paper issued a scathing rebuke of rommer's assertion. the u.s. economy has lost 2 1/2 million jobs. his trillion dollar stimulus has ed nothing. you don't need to look any further than the unemployment rate to find proof. joining me radio talk show host maybe a senator one day. >> or something. great to see you. >> thank you for being back. i don't like this honesty. -- i don't like dishonesty. what i always liked about you. you are a straight shooter. if you make a mistake, i've had to admit mistakes occasionally. >> anybody who talks as much as we do at some point is going to say something -- you have to be ready. >> sean: they are telling the american people something that is factually inaccurate. >> with a straight face which is all the worse. and the liberal lame stream lazy media doesn't hold them accountable. it is the least -- that we should be able to expect from our elected officials is honesty. >> sean: how do we change the criteria from actual real jobs that pay money to we saved these jobs? >> jobs saved, created. it is a fiction. utter contriva
effect this thursday that is unless, u.s. district judge susan bolton steps in as the obama administration has requested and issues and junction to delay the implementation this issue with critical national security implications we are going to follow it closely over the next few days. we'll have reaction from senator mccain in just a minute. first, concerns over a major national security breach are growing. military officials and political leaders from both parties are expressing disappointment and outrage over the posting of tends of thousands of highly classified documents on the wikileaks website. some lawmakers are declaring the leak is an act of treason. >> the fact is what happened, whoever gave that information is guilty of committing the most contestable, contemptable crime we have to take it seriously. we have to make clear we are not going to allow it to happen. whoever it is, staff sergeant, i don't know, whoever they find out who did it has to be prosecuted and punished. >> sean: joining flow washington with the lates on the immigration law and wick can i leak s
a feature on mexico's immigration laws far more stringent than knows in the u.s.. joe klein obviously not the brightest guy we know. he can figure out those people that say the stimulus that was supposed to keep unemployment below 8%, joe klein cannot figure out, who would say it didn't work. >> administration came forward with an 800 billion dollar stimulus package. americans are sitting back and saying where did that money go? why is it we are still looking at an unemployment rate near 10%? they are angry, frustrated, they want to get back to work. it is clear the spending didn't work. >> who says the spending didn't work? >> 9.7 unemployment, it didn't work. >> it might have been 15% unemployment. >> sean: it might have been 30% unemployment. but it wasn't supposed to go joe, above 8%. >> if we were eight 15% unemployability he would be saying it could have been 20% unemployment. what they don't want is for us to focus on words and promises and on facts. here are the facts, barack obama said, if we didn't spend this money, we would lose between three and four million jobs, accordin
. the impact long term on the economy is bad. >> and if you look at what is happening tomorrow the u.s. chamber of commerce is going to have a job summit figuring out how to create jobs? i thought i was clever of the white house this week to ask only the business round table which has been up to now supportive of his agenda to specifically name regulations or policies that are hampering job growth. they didn't ask the small business owners. >> sean: look the answer to me is simple, basic capitalism, from market 101. you incentivize business cut back on the bureaucracy, regulation, i don't think it is any more complicated. >> not going do happen. that is what every small business operater in america looks at when you look into the future. you know full well, your taxes are going up. you know perfectly well that the regulatory climate going to be awful. you know full well this president is going to demonize you if you make a profit, demonize you for being competitive and aggressive. if you are staring that in the face you gonna expand, hire people? >>l$r pointing out this solar company he was ou
of the u.s. commission on civil rights appointed business president carter and clinton this, is not a conservative. okay? this is what she said that has to do with what is going on now why, this is not about shirley and andrew this, is about the naacp, and democratic black party. tainting the tea party with the charge of racism is proving effective for democrats there is no evidence they're more racist than other republicans and indeed, many other americans but getting them to spend their time purging ranks and having candidateses distance themselves should help democrats win in november having one's opponent rebutt charges of racism is better than joblessness this, is about politics and tarring american people and tea party with false charge of racism. >> let me ask you. how do you feel about white house's firing of her? in light of everything we know and what we've learned. do you think it was the right decision? and do you think -- how do you feel about what she said on the tape? do you want her fired?. >> i don't. very to be honest with you. i'ming anoftic on this issue
to see you. >> u.s. department of agriculture official resigned after telling an audience how she really feels about white people. more on her shocking comments and late breaking resignation. and the people in glass houses should not throw stones t >> sean: union workers having trouble feeding their own members some have decided to hire nonunion employees. the mid atlantic regional chapter for carpenters paying minimum wage workers to protest on its behalf. within of the men said i could care less i'm being paid to march and sound off. i guess you can tell the stressless is designed to be the most comfortable line of furniture in existence. it's a motion line of furniture that conforms to your body and supports your head, neck, and back seamlessly in any position, leaving your entire body feeling rested and rejuvenated. [upbeat jazz arrangement] ♪ right now, you'll receive a free swing table with the purchase of any stressless recliner. select models are priced from $995... experience the unparalleled comfort of stressless. ...featuring our entire stressless line. give yourself the gif
deportation from the u.s.. many argue these are the most controversial aspects of the law. within a few hours the rest of the legislation will go in effect. joining me with reaction to all of this and explain what this will all mean for the great state of arizona, is the governor of that state, jan brewer. welcome back to hannity. >> hello sean, how are you? >> sean: boy, you seem in good cheer in light of today. i'm glad to see that i guess i want to start off with a serious question, if i can. is it a fair interpretation, in your mind, today's court ruling to say that it appears that the federal government won't protect american citizens. won't enforce the law. and also, on the other hand now the state of arizona you can't do it either. is that fair? >> very fair. that's the truth. we now have been told by a federal judge and by the federal government that they are not going to enforce their laws. and they are not going to allow arizona to help them enforce their laws. it was a disappointment. let me say, this is a little road bump on the path. today was a temporary hold put on the legislat
that mom would say she was mortified to have taken in the election of harry reid to the u.s. congress. please in lieu of flowers vote for another worthy candidate. sounds look a smart lady, great american and our [ water ] hey, it's me water. check this out. boo-yah! shazam! h2...o! ydrolicious! magic bananas! it's the first one click faucet filter that removes 99% of lead and microbial cysts. adios contaminos! >> sean: with three months remaining on the budget calendar the obama administration has announced the federal deficit has reached the one trillion dollar mark for the second straight year. according to the treasury department the deficit will remain above one trillion dollars next year as well. fiscal discipline may be a thing of the past in washington in virginia governor bob mcdonald is ushering in a new era. six months ago when he was sworn into office the commonwealth faced a 1.8 billion dollar deficit. he's turned that deficient night a 220 million dollar surplus. tonight to tell us how he's able to do it, by the way i hope president obama is watching, joining me now from
in the u.s. for june almost 26%. three times the national rate. in may, when most summer jobs are added to payrolls only 6,000 were added. the fewest since 1969. by the way i was only eight-years-old. someone should tell the people like watching it rain, as long as they're not outside. but, i'm a home. i'm always outside. i make being inside possible. look, do me a favor. get flood insurance. floods can devastate your home. fred, how you doing over there? i think this is gonna be a problem. see what i mean? hey, i know what i'm talking about. because i'm a home people. and, there's no place like me. [ female announcer ] only flood insurance covers floods. for a free brochure, call the number on your screen. >> sean: the debate over plans to build a mosque steps from ground zero in new york city heating up against. last week new yorkers flocked to a city meeting to voice their opinions. emotions ran extremely high. it appears to have grabbed the attention of some of the biggest names in politics. former house speaker newt gingrich is the latest to speak out against the planned mosque. a
interested in representing vested interest, wall street, u.s. chamber of commerce, business round take. more than three billion dollars a year spent on lobbying, 435 congress, 100 senators and one president. >> unless we make s in america we will import more than we export to an enormous degree have to borrow from the rest of the world and go bankrupt. over and over again we have signed bad deals. first with japan. now with china. where they export so much more to us than they import. if china maintains an unvalued currency to keep products artificially cheap in the united states from 2004 to 2008 the trade deficit averaged over 700 billion dollars a year. we now owe the rest of the world seven trillion dollars enormous debt. the next time around, we'll owe foreigners enough money they could buy up all the stock of all the publicly traded companies in america. they could buy-out america. >> sean: we are back with the producers of the film, dave bossie and steve bannon. are you saying our government is bought and paid for the regulations we see coming out directly corresponding to the amount
to the u.s. congress. please in lieu of flowers vote for another worthy candidate. sounds look a smart lady, great american and our condolences to her family. [ water ] hey, it's me water. check this out. boo-yah! shazam! h2...o! ydrolicious! magic bananas! it's the first one click faucet filter that removes 99% of lead and microbial cysts. adios contaminos! why are my numbers all over the place? are you looking for answers? the accu-cheiva syst now has new tools to helpou discover what your numbers mea and how the things you do are connected to your blood sugar patterns. [ michelle ] with this tool i can see how food and the time of day affect mnumbers. i discovered how to wake up feeling great. [ male announcer ] disver the accu-cheaviva system and save with a prescription discount card. start your discovery today. >> sean: with three months remaining on the budget calendar the obama administration has announced the federal deficit has reached the one trillion dollar mark for the second straight year. according to the treasury department the deficit will remain above one trillion dollars
are occasionally wrong. in this case i think you were ahead of the curve. dick morris, good to see you. >> u.s. department of agriculture official resigned after telling an audience how she really feels about white people. more on her shocking comments and late breaking resignation. and the people in glass houses should not throw stones that is coming up. let's go. come on. hurry up. [ laughter ] [ slamming ] [ engines revving ] [ tires screech ] [ engine revving ] [ male announcer ] before you take it on your road trip... we take it on ours. [ children lghing ] now during the summer event, ge an exceptionally engineered mercedes-benz like the 2010 c-class, an iihs top safety pick, for 1.9 percent apr or lease one for $349 a month. >> sean: union workers having trouble feeding their own members some have decided to hire nonunion employees. the mid atlantic regional chapter for carpenters paying minimum wage workers to protest on its behalf. within of the men said i could care less i'm being paid to march and sound off. i guess you can tell the unions believe in their cause. straight ahead. >>
francis berry the former chair of the u.s. commission president carter and clinton, this is not a conservative, okay. this is what she said that has to do with what is going on now and why this is not about shirley and andrew and why this is about the naacp and the congressional black caucus and the democratic party. tainting the tea party movement with the charge of racism is proving to be effective strategy for democrats. there's no evidence that the tea party is any more racist than other republicans and indeed many other americans. but getting them to spend their time purging the ranks and having candidates distance themselves should helphwy96 democrats november, having one's opponent rebut charges of racism is better than discussing joblessness this is about politics. this is about tarring the american people in the tea party movement with the false charge of racism. >> sean: last question. how do you feel about the white house's firing of her in light of everything that we know and what we've learned, do you think it was the right decision? do you think -- ho
. also joined by former chief u.s. border patrol agent. guys welcome, thanks for being with us. >> thanks glad to be here. >> sean: i understand you got some storms behind you. why don't we start with you. what is the reaction of law enforcement there? >> quickly, what i don't get in tonight if your viewers can go to bordersheriffs.com we'll get the rest in. the judge's ruling was a real disappointment. we are here on the border where you went into mexico and reentered illegal fly this country five years ago. it is a special spot for me and for you. we're continuing business as usual. i think we lost 'em. >> sean: no. we hear you sheriff, go ahead. >> i have no sound. >> sean: all right. >> we'll continue with business as usual here on the border. every time my deputies encounter illegal aliens we take them to border patrol for processing. the at sad part is the part that the judge stripped out of the bill still allows for sanctuary policies in phoenix and other cities in the state that continue to put additional pressure on us here on the border. >> sean: we appreciate you sitting in the
. >> the violence of the u.s. imperial army. >> many shared sheehsheehan's b. what's the truth? many people say our intervening in somalia did them and us no good that we made a terrible mistake fighting so long in vietnam. that we shouldn't have invaded iraq. that's what these students are upset about. ee oo often people are acost me and say america invaded all of these countries. america invaded iraq. if we invaded all of these countries how come we don't own them. >> when the romans invaded europe they kept it they enslaved people. the spanish plundered what they call the new world. they made the native people their slaves. the british ruled india for 90 years. >> the british came to kong kwoer a -- kong core conquer and rule. >> they took over most of africa for 100-years. russia conquered more than a dozen countries and china still controls tibet. they again and again fought to achieve peace. and then we went home. >> this ceremony officially marks mission complete. >> the american troops go in, the american troops pull out. we turn over the keys they have their own election. they pick their o
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